What makes you stay up at night? by QuestionGuy July 27, 2022, 7:12 am What makes you stay up at night? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMenightQuestion and Answerstay See more Previous article TIL about Actor John Cazale, who appeared in only 5 feature films before his death in 1978, 3 of which won the Oscar for best picture, the other 2 nominated. He was beloved by both Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro at the height of their careers and was in a relationship with Maryl Streep when he died. Next article What’s an old movie so good everyone should watch it? 26 Comments Leave a Reply Thinking of fake scenarios. Log in to Reply To get lucky Log in to Reply Insomnia Log in to Reply Suicidal ideations Log in to Reply I caught a flight with one of my favorite bands a couple months ago. Been playing guitar since I was like 9 years old. I’ve personally looked up to them for years, so I shat my pants when a couple of the guys were in line behind me at airport security. I ended up catching the same flight as the entire band, and sat directly between a couple members. They were so cool and friendly the whole time. I was floored. They even commented on my post about it after. Sometimes I lay awake and think about how stupidly cool it was. It makes me want to practice until my fingers fall off. I just want to be the best musician I possibly can be, so that maybe one day I can earn their recognition again the hard way. Log in to Reply caffeine Log in to Reply Viagra Log in to Reply Viagra Log in to Reply My overactive imagination. Log in to Reply They prefer I stay awake at work Log in to Reply It used to be my cheating ex girlfriend but ketamine cleared my head and did away with that. Log in to Reply A crab with a cool hat Log in to Reply Work Log in to Reply My absolute hellion of a cat Log in to Reply My legs. Log in to Reply My body clock. I get sleepy about 2 am and wake up naturally around 9. Now that I’m retired, why fight it. Log in to Reply My job. Half of my time i work night shifts. Log in to Reply A desire to disconnect from the world. Log in to Reply Lack of ambien Log in to Reply The realization that I’m going nowhere Log in to Reply I usually work late. It’s hard to change my sleep habits. Log in to Reply DnD, I am a dungeon master and at night I often am imagining all possible solutions to things players can or will do. And they still do stuff that I didn’t prepare for. Log in to Reply Friends Log in to Reply Sleep disorder gang represent Log in to Reply I just make shit up in my head, cuz it takes me a hot minute to fall asleep, so I just make fake scenarios and have fun Log in to Reply Stress…… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.